pronounced Anne - da - low
We love Andalo for its overwhelming beauty. This Italian ski resort can be found in between the peaks of the Brenta Dolomites and lush pine forests of Mount Paganella. From the mountain top of Paganella, you can enjoy a 360-degree view of the Dolomites, the Austrian Alps, the Valle dell’Adige Valley and even Lake Garda sparkling in the distance!
What to expect...
|Km of Piste - 60km
|Direction of Slopes - North, West and East
|No of Runs - 3 Green, 4 Blue, 13 Red, 1 Black
|Longest Run - 3km
|No of Lifts - 19
|Highest Lift - 2125m
|Snowmaking - 90%
|Transfer from Airport - Approx 2 hours from Verona
|Doctor - In resort
|6 outdoor tennis courts
|Horse-drawn sleigh ride
|Snowshoe walks with alpine guide
|Frozen waterfall climbing
|Tours of local wine cellars
The village of Andalo is thought to date back to Medieval times, where it was originally a farming community. The residents of Andalo are known locally as the “Anderlesi” and are well known for their enthusiastic and proactive attitude to life. You can find a bronze monument of a woodcutter located at Piazza Centrale, which depicts Andalo’s strong sense of identity and remembers the region’s agricultural beginnings.
Challenge the whole family to a go-kart race at the local ice racing kart track, which is open all year round. Everyone can take part, providing children are above the age of 7. In the center of Andalo, there is also a large indoor ice-skating rink - a great early evening activity for the kids to let off any extra steam!
Andalo is well equipped for a corporate getaway. Take a tour of the local wine cellars – a must when in Italy! Or relive old traditions and enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride around the atmospheric Paganella landscape.
Andalo has a good variety of bars, and restaurants to choose from, including rustic taverns, authentic Italian eateries and its own nightclub. Throughout the winter there is also a program of entertaining evening ski shows. Instructors from the local ski schools gather to perform tricks, show off their downhill skiing skills and take part in torchlit descents.
Something for everyone and anyone
Ever had a go at cross-country skiing? The Trentino region where Andalo is located boasts breathtaking panoramic views of the Dolomites and is best experienced on cross-country skis! All cross-country ski tracks are maintained daily, plus there are a variety of ski schools in the area to provide expert tuition if you would like to master cross-country skiing